- President Trump is set to campaign in Dalton on Monday, the night before Georgia's runoffs.
- He will rally for for U.S. Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, as well as Public Service Commissioner Bubba McDonald.
- Senator Perdue again voiced his opposition to certifying the presidential election results from certain states, including Georgia.
- This supports a planned objection that will occur in Congress on Wednesday.
- President Trump supports this effort.
- The Twitter account Blue Georgia has falsely accused Senator David Perdue of 'giving the white power sign.'
- This comes after CNN called out Jon Ossoff for a similar lie about Senator Kelly Loeffler this past week.
- The 'Save America Tour' will culminate with a final stop in Sugar Hill on Sunday.
- The event will feature several big-name national conservatives in support of Senators Perdue and Loeffler.
- This includes their GOP colleagues, Senators Ted Cruz, Tim Scott and Mike Lee.
- A new report details that Jon Ossoff's company produced a documentary that seems to be borderline Chinese propaganda.
- The documentary features criticisms of 'the West' while generally praising China.
- Jon Ossoff's trouble with the truth is again catching up to him in the days leading up to Tuesday's runoff election.
- It happened in 2017, and now Ossoff has been fact checked at least three times this week alone on serious falsehoods.
- U.S. Senator David Perdue is quarantining after close contact with someone on the campaign who subsequently tested positive for COVID-19.
- Perdue and his wife have tested negative.
- Republicans have recruited more than 8,000 poll watchers for Georgia's January 5 runoff election.
- This is part of 'a historic effort to ensure the upcoming elections are safe and secure.'
- Jon Ossoff was asked on-air Thursday if he is worried about a potential Chinese effort to influence him.
- Ossoff dodged the question and attacked the reporter who asked him about the issue.
- The Committee to Defend the President scored the first major legal victory for Republicans in Georgia's ongoing runoff contests.
- A ruling out of Cobb County should go a long way in ensuring ballot counting occurs with 'accuracy, fairness, and transparency.'